Welcome. CWPublishers is a desktop-publishing cooperative. The editors/coop members are Betty Clark, Patrick Knight, Virginia Lewis, Patricia McDonald, Dean Richards, Edward Terrar (1920-2004) and Toby Terrar. We are in our thirty-fifth year. Our first publication was in 1970.
Unless otherwise indicated, CWPublisher sells its titles at ten cents per page plus three dollars postage for items shipped to a United States destination. Most CW Press titles can also be downloaded for free from this web page. However, our web software is not able to duplicate the pagination, pictures and indexes of the hardcopy versions.
1.00 World War II History
1.01 Click here for order form for God, Country and Self-Interest: A Social History of the World War II Rank and File (2004, 420pp.), by Toby Terrar. (Paper: ISBN 0-9764168-1-6, $9.95. Cloth: ISBN 0-9764168-0-8, $16.95). (cwp-html/WWIIbk.html).
Click here for Dean Bailey, “Review of Toby Terrar’s God, Country and Self-Interest, in Journal of Social History (Fairfax, VA: Summer 2005), vol. 38, issue 4, pp. 1165-1169. Click here for a book review of God, Country and "Imperialism," which appeared in the religious journal, Human Quest (July/August 2004). (http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa3861/is_200407/ai_n9454092). Click here for testimonials and other book reviews dealing with God, Country and "Imperialism." (cwp-html/WWIIrev.html). Click here for a downloadable copy of God, Country and Self-Interest: A Social History of the World War II Rank and File. (2004). (cwp-html/WWII-bk.html).
1.02 Click here for “First Landing on Guam: The Difficulties of a Naval Aviator During the Invasion,” The Journal of Military History, vol. 72, no. 2 (October 2008), pp. 1265-1270 (#65). Abstract: This note describes the rivalry, including unfriendly “friendly fire” between the Navy and Marine Corps, that manifested itself during the landing of the first American airplane on Guam after the recapture of the island from the Japanese in World War II. Ed Terrar, a naval pilot, was the first to land his plane on Guam on 30 July 1944, an honor the Marines had planned to claim. The article also relates the amiable resolution of the Navy-Marine conflict years later.2.00 Catholic History and Theology
2.01 Click here for a downloadable PDF-formatted, 467-page copy of Edward Terrar’s The Economic, Political, Social and Religious Beliefs of the Maryland Catholic Laboring People During the Period of the English Civil War, 1639-1660 (1996; Paper: ISBN 0-9764168-5-9). (http://www.angelfire.com/un/deanrichards/r-355/md-bk-1996.pdf).3.00 Southern United States History
Click here for a downloadable HTML-formatted copy of the same book (Edward Terrar’s The Economic, Political, Social and Religious Beliefs of the Maryland Catholic Laboring People During the Period of the English Civil War, 1639-1660) (un/cwp/bk-96.htmL).
Click here book reviews and testimonials for Social, Economic, and Religious Beliefs. (un/cwp/MdBk.html).
2.02 Click here for a downloadable, PDF-formatted copy of Liberation Theology Along the Potomac: Labor's Golden Rule in Early American Catholicism, (2011, 220pp.), by Edward Terrar. (un/deanrichards/r-355/LTbk-2011.pdf). This book is distributed by AK Press/Distribution (674-A 23rd St., Oakland, CA 94612, telephone 510 208 1700, e-mail email@example.com, http:www.akpress.org)
Click here for a downloadable, HTML-formatted copy of Liberation Theology Along the Potomac (2011). The illustrations are omitted from this version. The PDF version below retains the illustrations.(/un/deanrichards/dean-html/LTbk-2011.html. Click here for a summary of Liberation Theology Along the Potomac: Labor's Golden Rule in Early American Catholicism , (2011, 220pp.), by Edward Terrar. (un/cwp/bk-00-s.html). Click here for a book review of Liberation Theology Along the Potomac which appeared in the journal Political Affairs. The book has also been reviewed in International Journal on World Peace (St. Paul, MN: September 2011), Journal of Beliefs & Values (Lampeter, Wales, vol. 32, no. 3, pp. 364-366), CathNewsUSA (March 14, 2011, www.cathnewsusa.com), Catholic Worker (New York: August-September 2011), Review of Radical Political Economics (Ithaca, New York) and Race, Gender & Class Journal (New Orleans, vol. 19, No. 1-2, 2012).
2.03 Click here for Edward Terrar, “A Seventeenth-Century Theology of Liberation: Some Antinomian and Labor Theory of Value Aspects of the English Catholic Laboring People's Beliefs During the Period of the English Civil War, 1639-1640,” The Journal of Religious History (Sydney, Australia), (June 1993), vol. 17, no. 3, pp. 297-321. (DM06.01.02a; 18c-ar7.doc; box 3.19, pt. 5; http://www.angelfire.com/un/tob-art/art-html/18c-art7.html. (#50).
2.04 [Working class church and state politics] Click here for html formatted Toby Terrar, "Was there a Separation between Church and State in Mid-Seventeenth-Century England and Colonial Maryland?" Journal of Church and State (Waco, Texas), vol. 35, no. 1 (Winter 1993), pp. 61-82. Click here a PDF searchable version of the same article.(/un/tob-art/art-html/18c-ar13.html; 18c-ar13.doc/Box 3.19, pt. 5] (#49).
2.05 Click here for "Repenting the Quincentennial? A Study in Maryland Catholic History," Journal for Peace and Justice Studies (Villanova, Pennsylvania), vol. 4, no. 2 (1992), pp. 143-165. (http://www.angelfire.com/un/tob-art/art-html/18c-ar16.html; Box 3.19, pt. 5) (#46).
2.06 Click here for "Catholic Mission History and the 500th anniversary of Christopher Columbus' Arrival: A Time for Mourning and for Celebrating," Journal of the International Association of Mission Studies (Chicago & Hamburg, Germany), vol. 9, no. 1 (1992), pp. 7-23. (http://www.angelfire.com/un/tob-art/art-html/p8-19b.html; P8-19b.doc; DM 9.1; P12.178-19b) (#53).
Click here for an electronic version of the above article at the Information Retrieval System on Columbus and the Age of Discovery of Millersville University of Pennsylvania.(http://muweb.millersv.edu/~columbus//data/art/TERRAR01.ART; P8-19b.doc; P12.178-19b; Box 3.20.1, pt. 1) (#46.1). Click here for a PDF-formatted version of the above article, republished by Network for Strategic Missions (Chesapeake, VA) and RUN Ministries (www.runministries.org). The URL for it at Strategic Missions is www.strategicnetwork.org/pfd/kb16619.pdf.
2.07 Click here for "A `Preferential Option for the Rich,' Moral Theology among English Roman Catholic Gentry during the Civil War Period of the 1640s," Paradigms: Theological Trends of the Future (Louisville, Kentucky), vol. 7, (no. 1, Summer 1991), pp. 1-33. (/un/tob-art/art-html/18b-art5.html; 18b-art5.doc; Box 1.2) (#45).
2.08 Click here for "Some Eighteenth-Century Background to Liberation Theology: Church Democracy and Religious Freedom in the Roman Catholic Church During the Period of Democratic Revolution," NST: Nature, Society and Thought (Minneapolis), volume 4, (no. 1/2, Jan./Apr. 1991), pp. 127-150. (/un/tob-art/art-html/p178-13d.html). [P178-13d.doc; Box 3.18, pt. 3] (#44).
2.09 Click here to view Toby Terrar’s "Religious Freedom in the American Colonial Era from the Perspective of Race, Class and Gender: The Contribution of the New Social History," Epoche: Journal of the History of Religions, volume 14 (1986), pp. 71-137. (P-12.178, 11th ed.; Box 3.18, pt. 2) (#26).
2.10 Click here for "The U.S. Bishops' Pastoral Letter on Catholic Social Teaching and the U.S. Economy, (1986): Some Passages which Touch on the Housing Problem," Religious Socialism, volume 14, no. 1 (Philadelphia, Spring 1990), pp. 7-8. (/un/tob-art/p181-10.html; P181-10.doc).
2.11 Click here for "Pope John Paul II's Encyclical, Centesimus Annus and Labor," Religious Socialism, volume 15, no. 3 (Philadelphia, Fall 1991), pp. 2-5. (/un/tob-art/mcg-3.html; P12.143; Mcg-3.doc; (#42).
2.12 "Pope John Paul II's New Encyclical," The Human Quest (St. Petersburg, Florida, formerly The Churchman), volume 187, no. 6 (November-December, 1991), pp. 18-19. (P12.143; (#43).
2.13 "Liberation Theology and Lithuanian Catholicism," New World Review, volume 53 (Mar. 1985), pp. 29-30. (P-12.170; Box 2.1, pt. 5; (#20).
2.14 "The Catholic Church in Socialist Lithuania, by Jonas Ancias," Daily World (Magazine Supplement), vol. 16 (February 29, 1984), p. 9-D. (P12.170; Box 2.1, pt. 5) (#15).
2.15 "Rehabilitating Roman Catholic Ecumenism During America's Revolutionary Era in the Light of Vatican II," Journal of Religious Studies (Cleveland), volume 14 (no. 1 & 2, 1988), pp. 102-152. (P-12.178, 5th ed.; Box 3.18, pt. 1) (#30).
2.16 [liberation theology in the American Revolution era] Click here for Toby Terrar, "Episcopal-Roman Catholic Church Democracy During the American Revolution: The Life and Times of Liberation Theologian Charles H. Wharton," Anglican and Episcopal History (formerly The Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church), volume 46 (June 1987), pp. 163-196. (P-12.178, 12/; Box 3.18, pt. 2) (#27).
2.17 "Catholic Socialism, Rev. Thomas McGrady, 1862-1907," Dialectical Anthropology, volume 7 (January 1983), pp. 209-235. (P12.143, P12.144; Box 2, pt. 3). Click here for a free HTML copy of this article. Click here for a PDF-formated copy. Click here for the same article marketed by Springerlink, a Netherlands publisher. (#11)
2.18-E Click here for web page "Traditions of Communism and Catholicism" (1999-2005, 100pp.). (www.angelfire.com/md/TobyTerrar/index.html). (Electronic publication, paper version not available).
2.19 Click here for Toby Terrar, “Pasolini’s Saint Paul and Early Christianity in Communist Historiography” Journal of Early Christian History (Unisa Press: November, 2016), vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 111-151; (#83).
2.20 Click here for Rev. William Sampson, S.J., Coming of Consolation: How God gets through to Us, with a foreword by Monsignor Leonard J. Fick, edited by Mary Moreschi Dixon and Toby Terrar (Thirtieth-Anniversary Limited Edition, Silver Spring, MD: CWPublisher, , 2016, 137 pages, includes index, biography and graphics). Click here for the cover of the above book.
2.21 Click here for Toby Terrar, “Review Article: Egalitarian Spirituality in William Sampson’s The Coming of Consolation: How God Gets Through to Us,”in The Pastoral Review (Twickenham, England: March-April 2018), vol. 14, issue 2, pp. 52-56. Click here for an expanded version of this article in PDF format that includes a discussion of Ignatius of Loyola. Click here for the expanded version in Word format.
3.01 Click here for Toby Terrar's "Charity Begins at Home: Some Beliefs of Antebellum South Carolina Laboring People," Southern Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of the South (Natchitoches, Louisiana), vol. 6, no. 4 (Winter 1999), pp. 1-42. (un/joneshistory/SS.html; He-Ed-3.doc; #54). ABSTRACT: The above article is about the beliefs of antebellum South Carolina laboring people as revealed in the lives of several generations of a single parent family. Their beliefs centered on family preservation and labor. The corollary of their beliefs was agrarian reform, economic diversification (manufacturing), production for self-consumption, an end to the militia and increased government services such as decent roads and transportation and inexpensive and near-by courts and schools. The market system of capital-intensive slave agriculture was hostile to family preservation and labor. Laboring people were part of the system and this resulted in limitations on charity beginning at home.4.00 Kansas and Missouri History
3.02 Click here for HTML-formatted or Click here for PDF-formatted version of Toby Terrar's "The Golden Rule in 19th-Century South Carolina: Labor’s Parallel Government," Plantation Society in the Americas (Tampa: University of South Florida), vol. 6, nos. 2 & 3 (Fall 1999), pp. 121-190. (un/joneshistory/PS.html; H2E-AR4.doc; Box 1.9, pt. 3) (#58).
3.03 Click here for First in War: Laboring People and the American Revolution as an Agrarian Reform Movement in Amherst County, Virginia and Sumter County, South Carolina (2001) by Toby Terrar. (un/joneshistory/H2-R-A2.html).
3.04 Click here for an HTML-formatted or Click here for a PDF-formatted version of Claudia Moreland and Toby Terrar's “Liberation Theology Down on the Farm: Family Religious Values in the Antebellum South,” Religious Studies and Theology, vol. 27, no. 2 (2008), pp. 127-170, (H3-Cr-A4-RST.doc, Box 1.10.2 pt. 2). Abstract: The concern of this article is family values taught in the religion of southern working-class people in the antebellum United States. It uses a representative South Carolina family and focuses on the values in three different contexts: religion, family and labor. In living out their lives, working people encountered both success and failure. Their history is compared with the present-day family value discussion, as conducted by scholars such as James Dobson. (#66).
3.04a Click here to see the above in PDF, Name/Date Reference Style.
3.05 Click here for Genealogical Information about the Brown and Related Gibson, Raines, Tompkins, Mann, Hogan Families in Blythewood/Doko (Richland and Fairfield, Counties), South Carolina in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Century (1992, 98pp.), by Toby Terrar. (un/brownhistory).
3.06 Click here for Family History Information about Charles H. Jones (1833-1891) and Elizabeth Margaret David Jones (1831-1887) and Related Watts/David/Stafford/Macon/ Brown/Benson Families in Sumter County, South Carolina, (1988, 51pp.), by Toby Terrar. (un/joneshistory/H2-1-JON.html).
3.07-E Click here for a web page about the "Brown, Gibson, Mann, Raines and Tompkins Family History in Blythewood/Doko (Richland/Fairfield, Counties), South Carolina 1800s-2000s" (Silver Springs, Maryland: CWP Electronic Publication, 2005). (un/brownhistory). (Electronic publication, paper version not available).
3.08-E Click here for a web page about the "Crankfield Family History in Blythewood/Doko (Richland/Fairfield, Counties), South Carolina 1800s-2000s" (Silver Springs, Maryland: CWP Electronic Publication, 2005). (un/crank). (Electronic publication, paper version not available).
3.09-E Click here for a web page about the "Hogan Family History in Blythewood/Doko (Richland/Fairfield, Counties), South Carolina 1800s-2000s" (Silver Springs, Maryland: CWP Electronic Publication, 2005). (un/hoganhistory). (Electronic publication, paper version not available).
3.10-E Click here for a web page about the "Jones Family History in Dalzell and Sumter, South Carolina, Marengo County, Alabama and Amherst County, Virginia 1760s-2000s" (Silver Springs, Maryland: CWP Electronic Publication, 2005). (un/joneshistory). (Electronic publication, paper version not available).
3.11-E Click here for a web page about the "David, Macon and Brunson Family History in Sumter, South Carolina, 1760s-2000s" (Silver Springs, Maryland: CWP Electronic Publication, 2007). (angelfire.com/david-macon). (Electronic publication, paper version not available).
3.12 Click here for Claudia Moreland and Toby Terrar, Militia Resistance to the Professional Military: The American Revolution from the Rank and File’s Perspective (2009). This is an account with ninety footnotes of the American Revolutionary War and the part played by William Hogan and James Wilson (who was the father of Lucy Wilson Crankfield, and grandfather of Margaret Jane Crankfield Hogan, wife of Sanders Samuel Hogan). For a shortened version of this article in HTML, which was published in Peace Review (San Francisco, California), vol 22, no. 1 (January 2010), pp. 73-81, click here . For the same Peace Review article, but in PDF format from author's manuscript, click here or for the published article with graphics click here. (#67)
3.13 “The National Teacher Corps and Resistance to Professional Education in the 1960s,” Race, Gender and Class (Southern University at New Orleans, Louisiana), vol. 16, nos. 3-4 (2009), pp. 218-247 (tech-c2-RGC.doc, box 184.108.40.206, pt. 9). Click here for a free HTML copy of this article. Click here for a free PDF copy of this article. Click here for the same article marketed by the publisher in New Orleans. (#68).
3.14 Click here for Toby Terrar, “Stanley Levison’s Financial Role in the Civil Rights and Communist Movements inn the 1940s to the 1960s: A Rank-and-File Perspective.” International Critical Thought (ICT) (Academy of Marxism, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China: July 2016), vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 444-478
4.01 Click here for HTML format or Click here for PDF format of Toby Terrar’s "The Civil War from the View of Laboring People: Agrarian Reform or Tragedy?” Mid-America (Chicago: Loyola University Press), volume 84, nos. 1-3 (Winter/Summer/Fall 2002), pp. 55-100. (un/baileyhistory/doc/H4-B-A3.html; Box 1.8.2, pt. 2; H4-B-A3.doc). (#57).5.00 Welsh, Irish, English and World History
4.02 [class struggle dimensions of the Civil War with our ancestor George Bailey as a hero] Click here for HTML format or Click here for a PDF (scan with graphics) of Toby Terrar’s "Laboring People and the Civil War as an Agrarian Reform Movement," Lincoln Herald (Harrogate, Tennessee: Lincoln Memorial University Press), vol. 104, no. 3 (Fall 2003), pp. 99-136 (H4-B-A2.doc; Box 1.8.2, pt. 1; un/baileyhistory/doc/H4-B-A2.html; (#60).
4.03 Click here for Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Terrar-Gergen-Craig-Elias Family History in Coffeyville and Cherryvale, Kansas, in Edgar County, Illinois, in Perkinsville, New York and in Tylorstown, Wales (1994, 135pp.), by Toby Terrar. (http://www.angelfire.com/un/familyhistory/H4-GERGN.html).
4.04-E Click here for a web page about the "Gergen Family History in Alsweiler, Germany, in Steuben County, New York and in Montgomery County, Kansas 1700s-2000s" (Silver Springs, Maryland: CWP Electronic Publication, 2005). (un/gergen). (Electronic publication, paper version not available).
4.05-E Click here for a web page about the "Bailey-Howard Family History in Henry County Missouri, Bourbon and Woodford Counties, Kentucky and Richmond County, Virginia 1700s-2000s" (Silver Springs, Maryland: CWP Electronic Publication, 2005). (un/baileyhistory). (Electronic publication, paper version not available).
5.01 Click here for an HTML-formatted version of Family History Information about the Tyrer-Terrar-Tyrrell family in Amlwch (Anglesey), North Wales the Rhonda Valley, South Wales and Lancashire County, England: 1750s-1970s (Silver Spring, Maryland: CWP, 1970 18pp.), by Toby Terrar and Family. There are maps, charts and pictures in the original 1970 version of this document. But we were not able to reproduce them in this HTML version. Click here for a PDF-formatted version of the same document. This PDF version does have the original maps, charts and pictures.6.00 Media History
5.02 Click here for "Gentry Royalists or Independent Diggers? The Nature of the English Catholic Community in the Civil War Period of the 1640s," Science and Society (New York), vol. 57, no. 3 (Fall, 1993), pp. 313-348. [18c-ar10.doc]. (/un/tob-art/art-html/18c-ar10.html) (#51).
5.03 Click here for Toby Terrar, “Social Ideas among Post-Reformation Catholic Laboring People: The Evidence from Civil War England in the 1640s,” History of European Ideas (ISSN: 0191-6599), vol. 14, no. 5 (September 1992), pp. 665-694. (DM06.01.02; 18c-art8.doc). (http://www.angelfire.com/un/tob-art/art-html/18c-art8.html) (#48).
5.04 "Review Essay on Phillip Bonosky's Devils in Amber: The Baltics" Science and Society (New York), volume 58 (Winter, 1994-1995), pp.503-505. (P12.109; #52; Box 1.1).
5.05-E Click here for a web page about the "Terrar-Tyrer-Elias Family History in Wales and the United States of America 1700s-2000s" (Silver Springs, Maryland: CWP Electronic Publication, 2005). (un/familyhistory). (Electronic publication, paper version not available).
5.06 Click here for Toby Terrar, and Dean Richards, “Class Perspective on Classical Chinese and Roman Ideology as Used in Contemporary Political Theory: Review of Early China: A Social and Cultural History by Li Feng and The Assassination of Julius Caesar by Michael Parenti,” International Critical Thought (ICT) (Academy of Marxism, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China: September 2015), vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 378-400. (#81).
5.07 Click here for Dean Richards and Toby Terrar, “Book Review of Michael Parenti’s The Assassination of Julius Caesar: A People’s History of Ancient Rome,” in Race, Gender & Class: An Interdisciplinary and Multicultural Journal (University of New Orleans: 2013), vol. 20, no. 3-4, pp. 359-364. (#80)
5.08 [Irish-American, Catholic-communist] Click here to view Toby Terrar, “A Letter From America: Thomas J. O’Flaherty,” Irish Democrat: Newspaper of the Connolly Association (London, England), vol. 58, no. 4 (October/November 2003), p. 10 (#59).
6.01 "The Illegality of Journalistic Racism in American Law," in Creighton Peden (ed.), Terrorism, Justice, and Social Values (Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 1991), pp. 223-246.7.00 Legal History
6.02 [anti-pornography, women’s rights, PDF searchable] Click here for Toby Terrar, "A Justification Based on Women's Press Freedom and the New World Information Order for Defending the National Endowment for the Arts but not Pornography," National Lawyers Guild Practitioner, vol. 47 (Berkeley, Cal.: 1990), pp. 82-94. Click here for an HTML version of the same article (/un/tob-art/art-html/p179-15a.html). (#40).
6.03 [history of class-conscious, journalistic anti-racism] Click here for an HTML-formatted version of Toby Terrar, "The Religious Ethic in the History of American Free Press Philosophy, The Prohibition of Journalistic Racism and the New World Information Order," Southern University Law Review (Baton Rouge), vol. 17 (Spring 1990), pp. 81-101. Click here for a PDF searchable version of the same article. (/un/tob-art/art-html/p179-11b.html; Box 3.7, pt. 1). (#39).
6.04 Click here for "The New Social History and Colonial America's Press Legacy: Tyranny or Freedom?" NST: Nature, Society and Thought (Minneapolis), vol. 2, (no. 1, 1989), pp. 45-75. (/un/tob-art/art-html/p179-10a.html). (#31).
6.05 [A Working Class-Conscious summary of US Free Press history] Click here for Toby Terrar, "UNESCO's New World Information Order and U.S. Free Press Philosophy," International Review of Contemporary Law, vol. 31, no. 2 (Brussels, 1984), pp. 66-79. (P-12.175). (#21).
6.06 [A Class-Conscious summary of US Free Press history] Click here for Toby Terrar, "New Information Order and the History of U.S. Free Press Philosophy," Democratic Journalist, vol. 31 (Oct. 1984), pp. 13-19 and vol. 31 (Prague, Nov. 1984), pp. 11-13; also in Journaliste Democratique and El Periodista Democrata (P12.175) (#19a) and (#19b) and a modified version in Click here for Тоби Террар, “реальность и традиции,” Демократический журналист (Москва: март 1985), vol. 24, no 2, pp. 17-19. (#19a, 19b, 19c).
6.07 Click here for an HTML version of "Soviet Writings on Jewish Press Freedom," Studies in Soviet Thought [now called Studies in East European Thought], vol. 28 (October 1984), pp. 201-228. (P12.147; Box 2, pt. 2; Box 2.1, pt. 2). Click here for a PDF version of the same article. Click here for the same article marketed by JSTOR, an academic database and Springerlink, a Netherlands publisher. (#17).
7.01 [communist housing rights] Click here to view Toby Terrar’s book review, "The Right to Housing in the Soviet Union: A Book Review Essay," GeoJournal (Helmstedt, FRG), volume 17 (June 1988), pp. 151-154. (#29).
7.02 Click here for an HTML version of "The Soviet Critique of New Left Legal Theory: A Descriptive Bibliography," Studies in Soviet Thought [now called Studies in East European Thought], volume 24 (October 1982), pp. 210-226. (P12.92, 5/9; Box 2, pt. 2). Click here for a PDF version of the same thing. Click here for the same article marketed by JSTOR, an academic database and Springerlink, a Netherlands publisher. (#8).
7.03 [communist housing rights] Click here to view Toby Terrar’s book review, "Solving the Housing Problem: Soviet But Not Russian: The "Other" People of the Soviet Union, by William Mandel, Daily World, vol. 18 (March 27, 1986), p. M-7; reprinted in People's World, volume 49 (March 29, 1986), p. M-7. (P-12.170; Box 2.1, pt 5). (#25).
7.04 [communist legal theory] Click here for Toby Terrar, "The Soviet Approach to Bourgeois Legal Thought," American Journal of Jurisprudence, volume 26 (1981), pp. 228-239. (P12.94; Box 2, pt. 3) (#7).
7.04.1 [communist legal theory] Click here for Toby Terrar, "Tumanov and Marxist Legal Thought," also titled “Communications on Tumanov and Terrar and Bourgeois Legal Thought: Toby Terrar, A Reply to Beirne,” National Lawyers Guild Practitioner (Berkeley, Cal.: Winter 1982), vol. 39, pp. 30-32. (#6).
7.05 [communist legal theory] Click here for Toby Terrar, "Contemporary Legal Thought: A Marxist Evaluation of the Basic Concepts," National Lawyers Guild Practitioner, volume 38 (Spring 1981), pp. 49-59. (P-12.99) (#5).
7.06 Click here for Toby Terrar, “Why the Intellectually Disabled in the Evans Case Continue to Hold the DC Government Neglectful After Forty Years: A History of Differing Views about Disability Rights.” International Journal on Disability and Human Development (IJDHD) (Official journal of the the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development in Israel, October 2016), vol. 15, no. 4, pp. (ISSN (Online) 2191-0367, ISSN (Print) 2191-1231. (#82). A document related to the above is Judge Linda Davis’s decisions in 16 separate intellectual disability cases. These “Opinions” are consolidated under the citation “In the Matter of J.J. et al,” In the Matter of J.J. et al, Superior Court of the District of Columbia, MR Nos. 611-82 (March 8, 2007, 43 pages), online at https://cwpublishers.files.wordpress.com/2018/06/id-cases.pdf. To view it, click here.
7.07 [socialist public utility regulation] Click here for searchable PDF of Edward Terrar, "A Consumer Oriented Approach to Regulation of Utility Prices by the Cost of Living Council," Catholic University Law Review, vol. 23 (Fall 1973), pp. 61-100 (P-12-27; Toby2/CWP/ TT- 1973-CU law-PU article/TT-1973-23CathULRev61). (#3).
7.08 [socialist U.S. Supreme Court History] Click here for Toby Terrar,Gustavus Myers’s History of the Supreme Court: The Foundation of Dialectical Materialist Supreme Court Historiography (May-August 1980, 164 pp.); hard copy available at The Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois, in their archive under “Charles H. Kerr Company Records” Box 9, Folder 351, Works: Terrar, Toby, "Gustavus Meyers' History of the Supreme Court" (TMs), 1980.
8.01 Click here for Genesis by Virginia Lewis (Long Beach, California: 2004). (frat/Lewis.html).9.00 Biography
9.01 Click here for the William P. Sampson, S.J. Memorial Webpage. It contains downloadable copies of some of his writings.10.00 California History
9.02 Click here for Edward Elkind’s (1930-2011) obituary (http://www.peoplesworld.org/edward-elkind-lifelong-peace-activist-dies/)
9.03 Click here for Terence Evan Carroll's (1925-2009) obituary (http://terencecarroll.yolasite.com)
10.01 Click here for Toby Terrar, “Red Paradise: A Long Life in the San Diego Communist Movement,“ Journal of San Diego History (San Diego, California: Summer 2014), vol. 60, no. 3, pp. 145-180 (#79).
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“Executive Prerogatives for National Defence in the Westminster and Congressional Traditions,” (Ottawa, Canada: Department of Political Science, University of Ottawa, 2012) by Antoine Terrar. Click here for a downloadable copy of this work.
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JESUS THE ANTI KING (excerpts, $5.00).
Faith and Works: Luther's Distortion of Paul (50pp., $10).
The Roots of Abortion (100pp,, $20.00)
The Movement (Denver, Colorado: Christian Radical Press, ©2006, 70pp.), by Terry Sullivan. This is an analysis of the 1960s Civil Rights Movement in the United States. Terry Sullivan, “The Freedom Rides: Were They in Vain?” The Register: (Catholic Diocese of Peoria, Illinois: July 22, 1962).
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Zarathustra: A Historical Novel (Key Largo, Florida: 2011) by Betty Clark. Click here for a book review of this work in Clarion Review. CIVIL PROCEDURE. by Betty J. Clark, Esquire (legal author and litigator) (Bethesda, Maryland: North Publishing Company, (c) 2004). (frat/north.html).
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A Letter from Neo Eon One to Adriana (NeoEonOne, Matrix). (Chicago, Illinois: Universal Spirit Press, 2004). (un/neoeon/neo2.html). A Vision Given Me by God An Essay (Chicago, Illinois: Universal Spirit Press, 2004). (un/neoeon/neo3.html).
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Click here to view an HTML version of Dean Richards and Edward Terrar, "Book Review Essay about the Life and World of Nineteenth-Century Russian Author Aleksandr Vasil'evich Druzhinin (1824-1864)." (/un/deanrichards/dean-html/druz-1989.html) This essay is based on the 500-page treatise by A. M. Brojde titled Aleksandr Vasil'evich Druzhinin: Zhizn' i Tvorchestvo." Richard's essay was originally published in The Russian Review: An American Quarterly Devoted to Russia Past and Present (Cambridge, Massachusetts), vol. 48 (no. 1, January 1989), pp. 95-96. Click here to view the Russian Review version, which is an image file, not a searchable graphics file. It is provided by the editors and board of trustees of the Russian Review and JSTOR, which is an online academic data base. (http://angelfire.com/un/deanrichards/dean-pd.pdf). (#34).
[communist housing rights] Click here (PDF from manuscript) or Click here (a less clear PDF but from published article) to view Dean Richards and Toby Terrar, “Solving the Housing Problem: A Note on the Comparison of U.S. and Foreign Housing Statistics,” International Journal for Housing Science and Its Applications (Coral Gables, Florida), vol. 13 (1989), pp. 87-108. (http://www.angelfire.com/un/cwp-pdf/P1814gt.pdf; P181-4c; Box 3.8, pt. 4; Box 3.9, pt. 1) (#32).
Click here to view Dean Richards' "On Solving Silver Spring’s Illegal Drug Problem" which was originally appeared in a modified version by Rion Scott in Washington City Paper (November 2-8, 2001), vol. 21, no. 44. (http://www.angelfire.com/un/cw/cw-html/drug.html; Drug-PM.doc.)
Click here for Dean Richards' Essay titled “Friedrich Nietzsche’s Communism." (12/24/2010) (http://www.angelfire.com/un/deanrichards/dean-html/niet.html).
Click here for Dean Richards, (aka Tony Cesare), “Pasolini’s Theorem,” which was published in Film Criticism (Fall 1989) vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 22-25. This is an image file, not a searchable text file. It is provided by the editors and board of trustees of Film Criticism. (http://angelfire.com/un/deanrichards/pasolini.pdf).
Click here for Dean Richards, (aka Dino Cesare), The Antichrist (A screenplay about Nietzsche). This is a searchable text file. (http://angelfire.com/un/deanrichards/screenplay.pdf).
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Click here for a PDF copy of the book by Fr. Stepherson Holz titled, Jesus' Unified Evangelium, translated by Marcos Vinicios de Araújo Barros (Baixo Guandu, Brazil: 1996), 240 pp. At the end of the book there is a table of contents, and an index to the themes and gospel passages cited. This book takes its inspiration from Tatian’s Diatessaron, which is a "harmony" or synthesis of the four New Testament Gospels into a combined narrative of the life of Jesus. Fr. Holz has found there is a great appreciation for this work among those he has worked.
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